Chris Burt

Chris is a reporter and associate editor for University Business and District Administration magazines, covering the entirety of higher education and K-12 schools. Prior to coming to LRP, Chris had a distinguished career as a multifaceted editor, designer and reporter for some of the top newspapers and media outlets in the country, including the Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel, Albany Times-Union and The Boston Globe. He is a graduate of Northeastern University.

Creating partnerships and lifelong learning that fit into 4 pillars

Quinnipiac University is building a ‘university of the future’ to serve students, alums and the community.

When is the right time for college presidents to speak the truth?

Four leaders share how and why they might use the ‘bully pulpit’ to address tough topics in their communities.

Can Congress and the FBI help stop the repeated bomb threats at HBCUs?

Saying 'fear is not an option in this nation',' a new House subcommittee and two federal crime prevention agencies are investigating acts of domestic hate and violence.

Mike Pence trolled by Stanford students shouting, ‘We are the woke left!’

In his visit to campus on Thursday, he addressed the former president, critical race theory and liberals in a speech to a partisan Republican audience.

Castro resigns as California State University chancellor amid another scandal in higher ed

The former Fresno State president joins several other prominent national university leaders in being forced to step down.

Report: Uncertainty high among faculty on what shapes student learning and success

Researchers highlight four areas that can help bridge the divide between administrators and other campus stakeholders.

Strike up the bans: Nearly 50 gag orders target freedom of speech in higher ed

From critical race theory to LGBTQ, legislators are pushing to shut down some teachings and trainings, and the three ways college leaders can change that.

Why 3 big universities are removing masks and why one is keeping them on

Case counts are trending downward nationally, but some campuses are still experiencing spikes of COVID-19.

Shakeup of college presidents continues, and women are rising to the top

Many prominent institutions are looking for their next leaders, so will they fall back on tradition or affect change?

What does it mean to be a Catholic university?

As Catholic University of America seeks a new president, it must confront an identity crisis.

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